The 1972 Dodge Charger replaced the R/T version with a new “Rallye” option. Also, the 383 was replaced with a 400 while the 440 remained. The horsepower ratings dropped significantly as measurements were toned back to be more realistic for real world use.
Additionally, the 1972 Dodge Charger was the last to hold the Dana 60 differential when paired with the 440/4 speed and 3.54 rear end.
|A4||Light Gunmetal Poly.|
|A5||Silver Frost Poly.||No Paint Chip|
|B5||Brite Blue Poly.|
|B7||Midnight Blue Poly.|
|B9||Regal Blue Poly.||No Paint Chip|
|E5||Bright Red||No Paint Chip|
|F3||Fiesta Green Poly.|
|F5||Bright Yellow (Gold) Green Poly.||No Paint Chip|
|F7||Sherwood Green Poly.|
|T6||Doeskin (Medium Tan) Poly.|
|T8||Dark Tan Poly.|
|Y2||Sun Fire Yellow|
|Y9||Dark Gold Poly.|
|JY-9||Dark Gold Poly.||No Paint Chip|
* Poly. is another way of saying Metallic
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